Festive fun in support of charity

Pupils and staff of Berwick Middle School got into the festive spirit by enhancing the school uniform with Christmas-themed clothing.

By The Newsroom
Monday, 31 December, 2018, 08:57

Pupils wore a variety of items such as tinsel, Santa hats and the classic Christmas jumper to school in order to raise funds for the charity Save The Children, whose Christmas Jumper Day is an annual event. Also pictured with the festively dressed pupils are the school’s deputy headteacher Glen Bird and assistant headteacher Kate Sarginson.

In the week before school broke up for Christmas, all Year 5 and 6 pupils took part in a den-building experience.

It was the first time such an activity has been held at the school and it proved very popular with pupils who didn’t seem to mind the damp conditions.

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They were rewarded afterwards with a warming hot chocolate and cookie.

A busy week also included a Christmas lunch, Christmas disco, a trip to the Maltings panto for Years 5 and 6 and a carol service at Berwick Parish Church.